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By Gordon Deegan

The number of Enterprise Ireland employees earning more than 100,000 doubled last year to 49, after ratification of the Lansdowne Road public pay agreement.

Julie Sinnamon, Enterprise Ireland CEO, is one of two employees that earn between 150,000-200,000.

The figures were provided by Enterprise Ireland in response to a Freedom of Information request.

They show that 33 permanent employees now earn 100,000 to 150,000. That represents a major jump on the numbers in that bracket in 2016.

Two employees, including chief executive Julie Sinnamon, earn 150,000 to 200,000, the figures show.

“In 2017 the salaries of 18 existing staff increased and exceeded 100,000 as a result of approved pay restoration in line with the Public Services Stability Agreement 2013-2018 — the Lansdowne Road Agreement,” said Enterprise Ireland.

The Lansdowne Road Agreement pay restoration will mean an increase in workers in state agencies earning over 100,000.

Enterprise Ireland said the number of overseas staff being paid more than 100,000 increased from 10 to 14 last year.

Last year, Enterprise Ireland client companies created 19,332 jobs with 65% of employment located outside Dublin. Net new jobs totalled 10,309, bringing to 209,338 the number of employees in companies supported by the agency.

The figures also showed that Enterprise Ireland spent almost 23m, in 2016, on operating its global network of 32 offices. The running of its London office was the costliest, with capital and operating costs amounting to 2.7m.